Olivia H. Stoner, Esq
Stoner Law Offices, Philadelphia
Ms. Stoner is an Estate Planning Attorney and Certified Financial Planner with Stoner and Toppin, LLP in Philadelphia, whose primary focus is in the area of estate planning, probate and trust administration. She assists clients in planning for the needs of their families by developing effective estate plans and drafting estate-planning documents to take advantage of tax efficient strategies in the lifetime management and transfer of wealth. Ms. Stoner has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from Wilberforce University, a Master of Arts Degree in Teaching from Antioch College, a Law Degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, and a Certified Financial Planner designation from the College of Financial Planning. She also has an Advanced Administration of Estates and Trust Certification from Cannon Financial Institute, and an Estate Practice Series Certificate from the Pennsylvania Bar Association. Professionally, prior to becoming a partner at the law firm of Stoner & Toppin, Ms. Stoner worked in the area of wealth management for over twenty-three years as a Private Client Advisor and Trust and Estate Administrator for a Philadelphia bank trust department. Ms. Stoner is a member of the Philadelphia Bar Association, the Financial Planning Association and the Philadelphia Estate Planning Council. She has served on the Board of Directors of the Philadelphia Tri-State Area Financial Planning Association, the Urban Financial Services Coalition of Philadelphia, the West Philadelphia Branch YWCA, and is currently serving on the board of directors of the Greater Philadelphia Minority Business Strategic Alliance. Ms. Stoner has conducted Wealth Building Symposiums and Estate Planning Seminars for UNCF, Fannie Mae, Howard University, McAuley Institute, Universal Companies, local church groups, college alumni associations, and various other organizations. She is also an Event Coordinator for the annual October Gallery International Art Expo, and author of a “Legacy” series of estate planning articles published quarterly in October Gallery’s PAINT magazine.